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Big auto incentives on Black Friday could push November sales into record numbers according to some industry analysts.


Company That 3D-Prints Cars Examines Unusual Business Plan

Local Motors is best known for creating the world's first 3D-printed car. As the company prepares to sell those cars to the public for the first time, it's come up with an unusual proposition for potential customers.


Chevrolet has released pricing for the new 2016 Cruze economy sedan, which starts at $17,495 delivered to undercut most (but not all) of the competition.


VW's strong incentives in the US mean that dealers continue to do brisk business despite the emissions crisis. However, inventories are now very low, and that doesn't look to change in the coming weeks.


When deciding between a closeout model and the same car from the latest model year, there are several important factors to consider.


Audi has announced pricing for the new S8 Plus and RS7 Performance, both packing the same 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with 605 hp and up to 553 lb-ft of torque.


The 2017 Q7 starts at $55,750, which is over $6,500 more than the outgoing first-generation model.


A Ford dealer in Massachusetts has a group of teens on the payroll to explain in-car tech to customers.


The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart has launched a new initiative, inspecting and selling factory-certified classic cars directly to the public.


A customer from Wichita got more than he bargained for when he went to pick up his new 2016 Chevy Camaro SS in Dallas and received the keys from none other than Danica Patrick.


Hyundai has replaced the old center display on the Genesis Coupe with a new six-inch color screen. And with it comes a price hike of a couple hundred bucks.


Toyota has released pricing for the new 2016 RAV4, with the electrified version joining as the company's eighth hybrid model currently on offer, starting at $29,270.


When the Cadillac CT6 hits dealerships in March of 2016, it will carry a starting price of $54,490. That's a reasonable price for a range-topping luxury car.

Most people probably expect at least a few trouble-free years from a brand-new car. According to Consumer Reports, that's not always likely to happen.


It has taken Hyundai nearly 30 years, but the company has just celebrated a major milestone by selling its 10 millionth car in the US. Half of them were Sonatas and Elantras.


Ford will reportedly begin a huge sale on November 3 to offer significant incentives on many of its new models, including the F-150. The deals will run through early January.


With the third quarter results in, Toyota is beating Volkswagen yet again as the world's largest automaker this year. The reason likely has nothing to do with the emissions scandal, though.


Prospective Bentley Bentayga buyers can configure the SUV using the Inspirator app, which uses emotion recognition software to understand a buyer's desires.


Kelley Blue Book says auction prices for Volkswagen diesels on its site have gone down 16 percent since the emissions scandal broke.

When you buy a new car, you expect it to be reliable. But, according to Consumer Reports, some buyers will be rewarded with better reliability than others.

Not all cars are as reliable as they should be. Consumer Reports surveys members to find out which brands are best, and which are worst.

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